After initially burying Iran's reported presence in the Kafar Sousah neighborhood, Times of Israel gives more prominent coverage to the area's security and intelligence installations.
CAMERA prompts improved coverage after Haaretz's article on Midhat Saleh, reportedly killed by Israeli gunfire, initially omitted the former Syrian MP's involvement in anti-Israel attacks and his alleged ties to Iran's Revolutionary Guards. AP, in contrast, has yet to amend.
Multiple secondary media outlets publish an AP story accompanied by a headline that states as fact that "Israeli warplanes strike Syria, kill 4, including children," though the claim in Syria's state media is disputed and unverified. AP's own headline attributes the claim to Syrian state media, qualifying the allegation as just that.
UPDATE: CAMERA prompts an AP correction after news agency coverage was more Russian than the Russians. AP clarifies that Russia claimed Syrian anti-aircraft fire nearly shot down a passenger jet while repelling an Israeli attack, not that Israel nearly downed the plane.
CAMERA prompts correction of a series of articles in Haaretz's English edition which erroneously reported that a Russian-Israeli meeting was dedicated to the "strengthening of the security coordination between Israel and Syria's armies." In fact, Benjamin Netanyahu's meeting with Vladminir Putin will address coordination with the Russian, not Syrian, army.
CAMERA's Israel office ushers in the Jewish new year with a CNN correction of the false claim last week that Israel has "long called for [Bashar] al-Assad to step down."
In a Los Angeles Times article about the origins of uranium particles found in Syria, Borzou Daragahi misidentifies a claim made in a Syrian letter as a statement made by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
CAMERA staff prompted the following corrections at the Washington Times following an article which erroneously identified the Sea of Galilee as Syrian and Shebaa Farms as Lebanese: